Some of you may identify this as an 80's style Victorinox Champion. Some of you may notice the FINBATT UNDOF (a Finnish Battalion involved in the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force) markings on the side, but this one is way more important than that!
If you want to start your kids off with a safe but useful tool, it's hard to beat this one- aptly named My First Victorinox. Featuring a handy array of functions that even adults will love, MFV differs mostly because of the rounded tip on the main blade to minimize accidents while learning!
It's Modded Monday and today I've got this custom scaled Victorinox Climber, made years ago by Spudley from an old piece of furniture! Where ever you are Dale, I hope life is treating you right!
Working outdoors in the winter is never pleasant- especially in hailstorms like today, but this Victorinox Cadet is definitely up to the task!
While it may look like every other Victorinox Camper, this one is special- it was my first knife, and therefore responsible for everything at Multitool.org!
Chances are you won't ever see another one of these variants- and not just because it's camouflaged!
Perhaps the most important model in the Trekker/Trailmaster variants is actually not a Trekker/Trailmaster at all, but a Soldier.
Keychain knives are a great way to be prepared without having a lot of extra bulk, and this Victorinox Rally is always a great option.
When it comes to functionality, the Lumberjack, also known as the Plumber and the Walker from Victorinox has even more options than it has names.